Can my ex switch insurance without my approval? It involves assignment of new doctors and therapists and our son already got used to the existing ones and he doesnt tolerate changes in his condition.
Response 1: If you have joint legal custody, your ex must get your consent before switching insurance for your child. If both of you cannot agree, then your ex would need Court approval.
What are my options if I cant afford to pay $800 in medical expenses?
Response 2: You would need to take the matter to Court and ask the Court to order your ex to pay the expenses since you are on fixed income. So, you need to file Motion and request that the Court order your ex to pay for the medical expenses.
Would the court expect my ex to pay?
Response 3: Yes, most likely because of income disparity between two of you.
Can I file some motion to court explaining the issue?
Response 4: You can.
It seems that ex did it on purpose so that I wont be able to afford insurance and he would have to spend his $$ on medical expenses and show that he has less income left and reduce my spousal support.
Response 4: He cannot do that because his child support obligation should not adversely affect your spousal support.